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3 we begin with breaking news...a crash causes backups and a big mess in the mitchell interchange. 3 a tractor trailer crashed on the ramp from southbound 43 to ago. this is a live look at the scene right now from the department of transportation camera. shows the truck's cab one side of the barrier wall and it's damaged trailer on the other, with whatever it was carrying strewn all over the freeway. all lanes on the south to west ramp are
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also new at noon...three schools in south milwaukee were forced to close this morning because of a power outage. the schools affected include rawson elementary...and south milwaukee middle and high school students were let go during the past hour. the neighborhood outage happened around 8 this morning. we energies crews are on the scene. 3 wet roads are slowing traffic, umbreallas are out. this last day of september a one. meteorologist justin thompson- gee is in for rebecca with your first look at ready weather... 3 justin in wx center today: scattered showers everywhere especially in the afternoon and evening. stays breezy. cooler with highs in the lower 60s. wind: ne 10-20 mph. tonight: showers continue which could be moderate at times. lows in mid to upper 50s. wind: ne 10-15 mph. weekend: more scattered showers likely on saturday especially in the morning. temperatures warm closer to average in the middle 60s both saturday and sunday. a few sprinkles possible sunday morning with clouds slowly
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it all week...another major, long-term closure in the zoo interchange.cbs 58 traffic reporter andy brovelli has the details. the i-41/us-45 southbound to i-94 eastbound system ramp at the zoo interchange will close long term for ramp reconstruction. this closure will last through the winter months and is expected to reopen by late spring 2017. this ramp is a major artery for the morning commute and will no doubt have an impact to drivers come monday morning. drivers who want to continue to milwaukee will need to take advantage of posted detours. for local alternates drivers can exit i-41/us-45 southbound at watertown plank rd. and take that west to hwy 100 and rejoin the freeway at the hwy 100 on ramp to alternate would be to exit at bluemound rd. and take that east to 84th st then south to the new 84th st. on ramp to i-94 eastbound. regional alternates include taking hwy 60 or hwy 167 east and take i-43 south toward milwaukee.as with most closures it will take drivers some time to get used to these alternates. you will need to plan for extra time along these routes during the early stages of this closure. 3 a frightening scene, but the woman driving this car is ?out? of the hospital today after her car was wedged beneath a semi near the mitchell interchange last
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crashed into the truck. she was treated for minor injuries and charges are pending. 3 a fire early this morning forced three people out of a duplex on milwaukee's south sid. side.it broke out around 6-30 this morning near 36th and burnham. flames were shooting from the attic when firefighters arrived. they were able to contain it within in an hour...but stayed on the scene to watch for flare ups. "what they're doing is, they're removing hot spots. you kn shingles and roofing material, there are hot spots that are up there, so what they're doing is actually taking that off of there, and then extinguishing on the ground. it's the easiest way to take care of that problem." problem."one firefighter was treated at a local hospital for a knee injury. the cause of the fire is under investigation. 3 a milwaukee man has died after being shot on the city's north side last night.mpd says officers found the 36-year-old shot several times near 37th
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p-m.there's no word yet on any suspects... or what led up to the shooting. to campaign 2016 and another visit to woo wisconsin voters in the race for the white house. 3 this is a live look from green bay where chelsea clinton is campaigning for her mother, hillary clinton. the former first daug i early and not wait until the november election. the badger state has been getting a lot of attention since last week's marquette poll showed clinton's lead over donald trump had narrowed to 2 percentage points. we heard from both clinton and trump supporters at this green bay rally. "hillary is a smart woman and she knows where she's been and when she's to be there. and her sending chelsea here today is sending us a message that she cares about us in green
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choose her... i think she's a criminal. i'm forced into making a choice between the lesser of two evils. i'm going to hold my nose and vote." 3 donald trump is expected to be in suburban detroit, michigan tonight.but before that appearance, the republican nominee fired out some tweets early this morning -- slamming usa today and several other newspapers for their op-eds questioning his candidacy.you can see here, quote "the people are really smart in cancelling substi the dallas and phoenix papers and now usa today will lose readers! the people get it!" governor scott walker participated in his first "facebook live" event today. it's the social media site's live streaming tool.cbs 58's jessica tighe gives you a look at the experience. 3 this is basically a way for the governor to connect with people in a ?new? way.he goes live on the social media site.. and ?any facebook user
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the state capitol at 8:15 this morning... and he quickly had people engaged. (vo)you can see in the ?upper left-hand corner?... how many people are watching.five minutes in... that number was 260.it was up to 400 by the end.the governor answered questions with the ?american and state flags? in the background.he also had his "wisconsin is open for business" sign.in fact, the first question he answered... had to do with the state's ?business climate.he also addressed the ?transportation budget? proposal... and noted the ?funding cut? for the milwaukee freeway system. (sot) (sot) the mega projects down there eat up over the last six years, something like a billion and a half dollars. those are projects that were started under our predeccesor. we didn't want to stop them off and under this budget we complete the core of the zoo interchange in the middle of the milwaukee-wauwatosa area, but we don't set out going forward on some of the new big projects that were planned and dreamed for in the past." (vo con)instead he says... they're sending money ?around? the state.the governor also repeated... he will ?not?
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registration fee. fee.something that's worthy of noting--- one of the things people ?enjoy? about facebook live... is the ability to type a question... and have the person see it in ?real time? and answer it.it looked to me... like the only questions the governor was answering.... were questions submitted ?ahead? of time.i checked with the governor's office after.... and they confirmed that.we'll see what happens next time though. the governor plans to do this ?more? in the future. 3 today's rain didn't stop the hunger task force from kicking off its "food for families" holiday food drive. looking for lean proteins, whole grains, plus fruits and veggies.those meals will go toward helping thousands of families put food on the table. "all the food gets sorted by volunteers and gets sent out to those local groups, free of charge. they're going to get breakfast, lunch and supper foods. they're going to get food based on diet, religion, culture, household size and even personal preference." preference."the food drive continues through the end of the year.you can drop off meals at food barrels around the city -- or at the task
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technical colleges are supposed to help students enter the work force with training in a specific field affordably. but new numbers from the u-s department of education shows both tuition and debt for students at technical colleges has risen. cbs 58's kyle aevermann has a closer look at what this means for wisconsin students. the numbers released from the us department of education show that more technical college students are having a haer thier loans off...and are defaultingpart of the problem is growing tuition: take waukesha county technical college for example: tution there has doubled since 2010 to about $6,000 a year. in march the wisconsin technical college system board, which oversees all 16 of the technical colleges in the state approved a tuition increase rate of 1.5 percent.... however it is the lowest number since 1970.conor smyth with the college system says, it's important to note students who complete their eduction are less likely to default on their loans, which is why they offer a number of
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tutiion but student success.sot"it's when they don't graduate when they have problems. so our colleges are focused on student success from the time they enroll, until the time they graduate. it starts with an academic sucess course at most of our colleges and it continues through with special programs for veterans or dislocated workers or other non traditional students."the board is also in the process of implimenting a new state requirement th students the cost of loan overtime including interst. that will be displayed in student's fincial aid award letters starting next school year.in milwaukee. kyle aevermann.cbs58news. 3 j-j watt is likely out for the rest of the year. year.someone close to the situation tells the a-p the houston texans star and pewaukee native had back surgery last night.the texans placed watt on the injured reserve earlier this week
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game.watt had back surgery two months ago... but was able to make it back in time to play the season opener. coming up on the cbs 58 news at noon... she tried to run over a couple of milwaukee county deputies... today, she learns how long she'll be behind bars. plus -- a train sent of the rails in new jersey leaves one
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president barack obama is in israel today paying tribute to shi-mon' per'-es...the former israeli president who died earlier this week. week.shimon accomplished enough things in his life for a thousand men. but he understood that it?s better to live to the very end of this time on earth with a longing not for dreams that have not yet come t" true."peres was laid to rest today in a ceremony attended by thousands of people including dozens of dignitaries including president obama and former president bill clinton. he died wednesday at the age of 93. 3 the woman caught on dash cam -- slamming her car into a deputy's patrol car to get away from a traffic stop -- will be sentenced this afternoo. afternoon.kevina freeman pleaded no contest in the incident on i-43 at loomis
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on the right of the screen -- she knocked over her mother... and nearly ran over two milwaukee county deputies. 3 3 a federal grand jury has indicted the man accused of setting a wisconsin woman on fire at fort leavenworth in kansas."clifford currie" is charged with ?assault with a dangerous weapon?... and assault with intent to commit murder.they say the 54-year old doused his supervisor, lt. setting her on fire... then stabbed her.blanchard's sister tells cbs 58 katie has at least a year of intense rehabilitation ahead of her. 3 the tulsa police officer charged with shooting and killing an unarmed black man earlier this month appeared in court for the first time. claiming she was in her words 'temporarily deaf'...officer betty shelby pleaded not guilty today to one count of manslaughter in the death of terence crutcher.police dash cam video shows shelby
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he was standing outside his car two weeks ago. 3 federal investigators are looking into whether technology would have helped prevent thursday's deadly train crash in new jersey. "positive train control" relies on gps, radio towers and ground sensors to track a train's speed... electronically sending signals to slow down a train if it's going too fast... or stop it if it's about to crash.first though, they're trying to find out how it happened in the first place. "we like to say, we look at the man, the machine, and the environment. so, we're going to be looking at everything from the track, to the mechanics, to the human performance operations." operations."the crash killed one woman standing on the waiting platform... and injured more than 100 others. today: scattered showers everywhere especially in the
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breezy. cooler with highs in the lower 60s. wind: ne 10-20 mph.tonight: showers continue which could be moderate at times. lows in mid to upper 50s. wind: ne 10-15 mph. weekend: more scattered showers likely on saturday especially in the morning. temperatures warm closer to average in the middle 60s both saturday and sunday. a few sprinkles possible sunday morning with clouds slowly clearing throughout the day. today: scattered showers everywhere especially in the afternoon and evening. stays breezy. cooler with highs in the lower 60s. wind: ne 10-20 mph.tonight: showers continue which could be moderate at times. lows in weekend: more scattered showers likely on saturday especially in the morning. temperatures warm closer to average in the middle 60s both saturday and sunday. a few sprinkles possible sunday morning with clouds slowly clearing throughout the day.
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3 another sign fall is in the air...leaf collection begins this weekend in the city of mil. milwaukee. people can start raking leaves into the street tomorrow.you're asked to rake the leaves into the ?curb lanes? for collection. collections run november 15-th... after that, yard waste can be taken to one of the city's self-help centers. 3 also starting tomorrow...china lights at the boerner botanical gardens in hales corners.our own michael schlesinger got a sneak peek during the cbs 58 morning news today.he learned there are more than 40 displays from 30 different artists including a spectacular 200-foot long dragon.tickets are 15- dollars... ten for seniors and
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sundays until october 30th. 3 coming up on your cbs money watch report... the latest chapter in widening
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in today's money watch report... 3 the f-c-c abruptly canceled plans to vote on a plan requiring cable companies to offer free streaming appsf-c-c head tom wheeler had argued the plan would save americans hundreds of dollars on cable box
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more options. wheeler says the plan still needs more discussion. cable companies oppose the new rules. deutsche bank stock dropped about 5 percent today after reports that 10 hedge clients are reducing their dealings with germany's biggest bank. investors are worried about the bank's finanical health and how it plans to pay the 14 billion dollar demand from the u.s. justice department over its role in the global finanical crisis. as if fake accounts were not scandalous enough, wells fargo wi settle allegations that it mistreated members of the military...including illegally repossessing their cars. "did wells fargos employees steal from a million to two million of their customers? yes or no? in some cases they did." 3 the bank seized 413 cars owned by service members without a court order from 2008 to 2015. wells fargo will pay 10 thousand dollars to each of
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it's time for news on the go...a recap of our top story at noon... and it involves a crash in the mitchell interchange.
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a tractor trailer crashed on the ramp from southbound 43 to westbound 894 about 90 minutes ago. this is a live look at the scene right now from the department of transportation camera. all lanes on the south to west ramp are closed. today: scattered showers everywhere especially in the afternoon and evening. stays breezy. cooler with highs in the lower 60s. wind: ne 10-20 mph.tonight: showers continue which could be moderate at times. lows in mid to upper 50s. wind: ne 10-15 mph. weekend: more scattered showers likely on saturday especially in the morning. temperatures warm closer to average in the middle 60s both saturday and sunday. a few sprinkles possible sunday morning with clouds slowly clearing throughout the day. and that is your cbs 58 news on the go.
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go.cbs 58 news on the and that is your cbs 58 news on the go. then stay with us this afternoon for the cbs 58 news at 4 and 4-30...
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? >> quinn: what happened? tell me. what's wrong with my husband? why is he still unconscious? >> ridge: don't tell her anything. she shouldn't even be in this room. >> quinn: i have every right to know, ridge. i'm his wife. >> steffy: if it weren't for you, my grandfather wouldn't be lying here. >> quinn: steffy, whatever happened to your grandfather is >> steffy: your fault? of course this is your fault. you fractured my entire family! look at him. >> ridge: okay. >> steffy: look at my grandfa-- [ sobs ] >> ridge: he had a brain hemorrhage. >> quinn: brain -- how bad? >> rick: we don't know yet.

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